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Event

Andrew McDonald closing events at Castlefield Gallery

Corridor8 invites you to join our current residency partners Castlefield Gallery and The International 3 on …

Opportunity

Studio of Sanctuary writing residency callout

Fee: £1,200 (8 days at £150/day) Residency period: June – August 2021 Deadline for applications: 5pm, …

Opportunity

Unveiled: callout for reopening plans across the North

In March 2020 we offered those of you who’ve had to shutter exhibitions and cancel events …

Review — 24.03.2021

Juneau Projects: Skyline, Shoreline, Treetop Messenger

Invisible Dust; Humber Museums Partnership

by Jay Drinkall

Review — 02.02.2021

Sean Edwards: Undo Things Done

The Bluecoat, Liverpool

by Edward Haynes

Exploration — 14.01.2021

Coincidence and Constellations

Leeds Arts University

by Cathy Garner

Publications

Rachel Goodyear: Of Wolves and Wild Women

Of Wolves and Wild Women was produced during the fourth annual writing residency with Leeds Arts …

Review — 21.12.2020

HOME Artist Film Weekender 2020

HOME, Manchester

by Lucy Holt

Review — 15.12.2020

Magnetic North: direction of travel at Compass Live Art

Leeds

by Pamela Crowe

Review — 13.11.2020

Peer to Peer: UK/HK – Online festivals as a gateway to intercultural exchange

University of Salford Art Collection; CFCCA; Open Eye Gallery

by Christie Yung-hei Chan

Review — 09.10.2020

Gordon Dalton: Dead Reckoning

The Auxiliary

by Neil Greenhalgh

Exploration — 28.08.2020

Same Ocean

North West

by Nick Stephens

Feature — 09.07.2020

Weathering Covid-19: Emerging creatives discuss adaptation and recent practices

Tyne and Wear

by Christie Yung-hei Chan

Residencies

Leeds Arts University: Nicola Dale

A residency and publication marking the inaugural exhibition at Leeds Arts University’s Blenheim Walk Gallery, Nicola …

Residencies

Leeds Arts University: Rachel Goodyear

Of Wolves and Wild Women was produced during the fourth annual writing residency with Leeds Arts …

Review — 04.05.2020

Why Are We Here? With Black Artists & Modernism

Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, Middlesbrough

by Sara Makari-Aghdam

Feature — 28.03.2020

Shuttered: Short Reflections on Closed Exhibitions

by various contributors

Interview — 25.03.2020

Chris Alton: Throughout the Fragment of Infinity That We Have Come to Know

The NewBridge Project : Gateshead

by Lesley Guy

Opportunity

COVID-19 response, and a special call-out

Efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19 have brought public-facing arts activity in the UK to …

Review — 28.02.2020

Empathic viewing in Mieke Bal’s Don Quichotte: Sad Countenances

Leeds Arts University, Leeds

by Jaroslava Tomanova

Review — 12.02.2020

Shy Girl

Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool

by Jazmine Linklater

Publications

Nicola Dale: Figurehead

Produced during a writing residency marking the inaugural exhibition at Leeds Arts University's Blenheim Walk Gallery, 9 January – 31 January 2019.

Review — 12.01.2020

The North West Art School Record Machine

Bury Art Museum & Sculpture Centre, Bury

by Michael Orr

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Supported Content

From January 2020 we are relying on organisations to support our regular online content. Our editors …

Review — 22.12.2019

Slow Painting

Leeds Art Gallery, Leeds

by Derek Horton

Feature — 03.12.2019

Critic Turns Curator: Investigating Neutrality at OUTPUT Gallery

OUTPUT Gallery, Liverpool

by Sufea Mohamad Noor

Interview — 27.10.2019

The Dirt I’m Made Of: Two Interviews about OUTPUT Gallery

OUTPUT Gallery, Liverpool

by Callan Waldron-Hall

Review — 17.10.2019

What Makes a Contemporary Art Centre? Finding the Formula at Bluecoat

The Bluecoat, Liverpool

by Ed Montana-Williams

Review — 03.10.2019

Community Not Commodities

Shieldfield Art Works, Newcastle upon Tyne

by Sarah Davies

Review — 26.09.2019

Alex Farrar: Fall, slump, drop on a bedside cabinet in water […]

Bloc Projects, Sheffield

by Jessica Piette

Feature — 18.09.2019

In response to changing practice: New Writing with New Contemporaries

An insider report on Corridor8's collaboration with New Contemporaries, and the growing need to support artists working with language

by Holly Grange